Using Modules for PCB Development: Pros and Cons

Hardware development is a high-risk process as development cycles can be long, production costs are high, and a printed circuit board (PCB) can be…

The Technology Behind Accelerometers

Many applications, such as smartphones, fitness equipment and cameras rely on accelerometers to determine movement and orientation. Accelerometers…

Lighting Up Smart Products With LEDs

From smartphones, to smart lighting, to smart toys, numerous products employ light emitting diode (LED) components to enhance the end-user…

IoT smart product platform

The Complete Guide to IoT Components and their Function

Updated: July 4th, 2018 Manufacturers are increasingly adopting IoT and Industry 4.0 to reach operational excellence in the factory, and to convert…

Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and IoT Product Design

Electromagnetic interference, or EMI  is a phenomenon that causes interference in the radio frequency spectrum by an external source. The disturbance…

Wireless Communication Regulations

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, embedded with electronics, that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.…

Why You Need Bluetooth Qualification (and How to Get it)

In order to sell any product that contains Bluetooth technology, or use the Bluetooth brand, you must first sign a Bluetooth Special Interest Group…

IoT Prototyping: Do’s and Don’ts

The Internet of Things has created an ocean of different opportunities for smart products. With so many features available, it is important to single…

Overview of Development Environments for Product Manufacturers

The smart devices and product market is quickly filling up. Creating a web or mobile application dramatically increases the potential value of a…

Decoding Internet of Things Terminology

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an environment in which physical objects are able to send and receive data via a network. Almost any product can…